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'''[[Viruses - WikiBlood#Viruses|The Basics]]'''
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'''[[Orthomyxoviridae|Influenza]]
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<categorytree mode=pages>Viruses</categorytree>
  
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'''A'''
 
  
<big>[[Adenoviridae]]</big>
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[[Immune Responses to Viral Infections]]<br />
::[[Adenoviridae#Atadenoviruses|Atadenoviruses]]
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[[Useful Virology Web Links]]
  
::[[Adenoviridae#Aviadenoviruses|Aviadenoviruses]]
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::[[Adenoviridae#Mastadenoviruses|Mastadenoviruses]]
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[[Category:Infectious_Agents]]
 
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[[Category:To_Do_-_Clinical/Viruses]]
::[[Adenoviridae#Siadenoviruses|Siadenoviruses]]
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<big>[[Arenaviridae]]
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[[Arteriviridae]]
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[[Asfarviridae]]
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[[Astroviridae]]
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'''B'''
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[[Birnaviridae]]
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[[Bornaviridae]]
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[[Bunyaviridae]]
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'''C'''
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[[Caliciviridae]]
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[[Circoviridae]]
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[[Coronaviridae]]
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'''F'''
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[[Flaviviridae]]</big>
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::[[Flaviviridae#Flaviviruses|Flaviviruses]]
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::[[Flaviviridae#Hepaciviruses|Hepaciviruses]]
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::[[Flaviviridae#Pestiviruses|Pestiviruses]]
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<big>'''H'''
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[[Hepadnaviridae]]
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[[Herpesviridae]]</big>
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::[[Herpesviridae#Alphaherpesviruses|Alphaherpesviruses]]
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::[[Herpesviridae#Betaherpesviruses|Betaherpesviruses]]
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::[[Herpesviridae#Gammaherpesviruses|Gammaherpesviruses]]
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<big>'''I'''
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[[Iridoviridae]]
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'''J'''
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[[Leporipoxviruses]]
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'''O'''
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[[Orthomyxoviridae]]
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'''P'''
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[[papillomaviruses|Papillomaviridae]]</big>
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::[[Papillomaviruses#Alphapapillomaviruses|Alphapapillomaviruses]]
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::[[Papillomaviruses#Betapapillomaviruses|Betapapillomaviruses]]
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::[[Papillomaviruses#Gammapapillomaviruses|Gammapapillomaviruses]]
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::[[Papillomaviruses#Deltapapillomaviruses|Deltapapillomaviruses]]
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::[[Papillomaviruses#Epsilonpapillomaviruses|Epsilonpapillomaviruses]]
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::[[Papillomaviruses#Zetapapillomaviruses|Zetapapillomaviruses]]
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::[[Papillomaviruses#Etapapillomaviruses|Etapapillomaviruses]]
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::[[Papillomaviruses#Thetapapillomaviruses|Thetapapillomaviruses]]
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::[[Papillomaviruses#Iotapapillomaviruses|Iotapapillomaviruses]]
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::[[Papillomaviruses#Kappapapillomaviruses|Kappapapillomaviruses]]
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::[[Papillomaviruses#Lambdapapillomaviruses|Lambdapapillomaviruses]]
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::[[Papillomaviruses#Mupapillomaviruses|Mupapillomaviruses]]
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::[[Papillomaviruses#Nupapillomaviruses|Nupapillomaviruses]]
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::[[Papillomaviruses#Xipapillomaviruses|Xipapillomaviruses]]
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::[[Papillomaviruses#Omicronpapillomaviruses|Omicronpapillomaviruses]]
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::[[Papillomaviruses#Pipapillomaviruses|Pipapillomaviruses]]
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[[Paramyxoviridae]]
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[[Parvoviridae]]
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[[Picornaviridae]]</big>
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::[[Picornaviridae#Aphtoviruses|Aphthoviruses]]
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::[[Picornaviridae#Cardioviruses|Cardioviruses]]
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::[[Picornaviridae#Enteroviruses|Enteroviruses]]
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::[[Picornaviridae#Erboviruses|Erboviruses]]
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::[[Picornaviridae#Hepatoviruses|Hepatoviruses]]
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::[[Picornaviridae#Koboviruses|Koboviruses]]
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::[[Picornaviridae#Parechoviruses|Parechoviruses]]
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::[[Picornaviridae#Rhinoviruses|Rhinoviruses]]
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::[[Picornaviridae#Teschoviruses|Teschoviruses]]
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[[Polyomaviridae]]
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[[poxviruses|Poxviridae]]
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:'''Chordopoxvirinae'''
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::[[Poxviruses#Avipoxviruses|Avipoxviruses]]
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::[[Poxviruses#Capripoxviruses|Capripoxviruses]]
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::[[Poxviruses#Leporipoxviruses|Leporipoxviruses]]
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::[[Poxviruses#Molluscipoxviruses|Molluscipoxviruses]]
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::[[Poxviruses#Orthopoxviruses|Orthopoxviruses]]
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::[[Poxviruses#Parapoxviruses|Parapoxviruses]]
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::[[Poxviruses#Suipoxviruses|Suipoxviruses]]
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::[[Poxviruses#Yatapoxviruses|Yatapoxviruses]]
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:'''Entomopoxviridae'''
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::[[Poxviruses#Entomopoxviridae|Alphaentomopoxviruses]]
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::[[Poxviruses#Entomopoxviridae|Betaentomopoxviruses]]
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::[[Poxviruses#Entomopoxviridae|Gammaentomopoxviruses]]
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'''R'''
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[[Reoviridae]]</big>
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::[[Reoviridae#Coltiviruses|Coltiviruses]]
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::[[Reoviridae#Orbiviruses|Orbiviruses]]
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::[[Reoviridae#Orthoreoviruses|Orthoreoviruses]]
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::[[Reoviridae#Rotaviruses|Rotaviruses]]
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[[Retroviridae]]
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[[Rhabdoviridae]]
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[[Togaviridae]]
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Latest revision as of 16:55, 29 July 2014

Viruses

A fully infective virus is called a viron. The genomes of viruses are much smaller than those found in prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells and in most viruses the nucleic acid is present in a single molecule. The genomes of viruses can be either single or double-stranded and viruses can contain either RNA or DNA. Due to this viruses can be catagorised into three main groups based on their nucleic acid composition; DNA viruses, RNA viruses and viruses which utilise both DNA and RNA for replication.

Content


Immune Responses to Viral Infections
Useful Virology Web Links


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